Hello again from design team member, Heidi!
I am making more projects with the Stencil Butters that are available in the Blank Page Muse store. Part of this post will be me playing around with them and then I will use a couple of the backgrounds for projects.
The first thing I did was to stencil over some of the Pam Bray patterned papers. These papers are definitely thick enough to stand up to the stencil paste. I really liked the nice opaque coverage.
I then stenciled some of the apricot colored paste of the paper bag my order came in. I messed up and a bunch got under the edge of the stencil. So I went over it again with a metallic gold paste. This one looks really cool in person and I plan to use it!
As I was going along, I randomly was using some excess paste onto scrap paper (this is the back of an order sheet, so just regular copy paper). It was looking like this in the end, so I decided to thin out some of the red paste and just paint over the top. (This is one of the neat things about the paste, you can watercolor with it!) I wiped the excess off with a wipe and the parts that were dry resisted the paint and I think this is the coolest background. You can see the result in the finished piece below.
I hope this gave you and idea of some different ways to use your stencil butters! I will be back with more ideas another day. Right now, I ‘d better go clean off my craft desk! Have a great day!
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Who has started their Christmas shopping? ME!! To be fair I only have 1 package and it's for my baby grand-daughter ... BUT IT COUNTS! SO I decided it was probably time to get started on my Christmas Cards. This card is quick and easy and would be perfect for mass productions. Stamp a bunch and then color them while you are catching up on your favorite shows!
Just look at all the detail in this stamp!
This card is quick and easy and would be perfect for mass productions. Stamp a bunch and then color them while you are catching up on your favorite shows!
Supplies needed to recreate this card
Card stock, Markers, Stickles, Sticker greeting, ink
Stamp by stamping your image onto white card stock with ink. I use a stamping platform to help in case I don't stamp hard enough.
Color you image as desired.
keep adding colors until you have a festive card.
Mat onto cardstock and onto card base. Finish off with sticker greetings! Add stickles if desired to create twinkling lights!
Greetings! Today I am excited to share this adorable silhouette card I created using my I Brake for Stamps stamps! I just love this little girl and her doggie! And I love the look of silhouette stamps! I can almost picture her telling her little friend to wait while she catches fireflies!
Cut or punch a circle from masking paper and place over section of background as shown.
Apply distress inks over the background.
Remove masking paper to reveal moon.
Matte onto coordinating card stock and adhere to card base. Add chipboard sentiment to finish your card.